A New Selection of Nearly Eight Hundred Evangelical Hymns, from More than 200 Authors in England, Scotland, Ireland, & America, including a great number of originals, alphabetically arranged

Editor: John Dobell
Publisher: A. Tower, J. Grigg, and T. Desilver, Philadelphia, 1825
Language: English
Notes: Choruses are numbered separately. Two unnumbered hymns at the end are given numbers starting with A. The hymnal skips some numbers. The page scan is missing some pages.
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449To thee who reign'st supreme abovePage Scan
451aWhen Abrah'm, full of sacred awePage Scan
451bDestructive sword! how oft hast thouPage Scan
454O! were my heart but form'd for woePage Scan
455Shepherd of Israel, bend thine earPage Scan
456Shepherd of Israel, thou dost keepPage Scan
457To thy great name, O Prince of peace!Page Scan
458With heav'nly pow'r, O Lord, defendPage Scan
459Let Sion's watchman all awakePage Scan
460Would you win a soul to God?Page Scan
461'Twas Jesu's last and great commandPage Scan
462aForgiveness! 'tis a joyful soundPage Scan
462bMercy is welcome news indeedPage Scan
462cIs there no shelter from the wrathPage Scan
463Lord, at thy feet I prostrate fallPage Scan
464aCome, humble sinner, in whose breastPage Scan
464bGreat God of wonders! all thy waysPage Scan
465Thus did the pious Abrah'm prayPage Scan
466Patience! O 'tis a grace divinePage Scan
467Gracious Lord, incline thine earPage Scan
468Saviour, canst thou love a traitor?Page Scan
469aFear not ye little chosen flockPage Scan
469bWhy should we fear a frowning worldPage Scan
470What tender pity, love and carePage Scan
471aThe intercessions of our LordPage Scan
471bHow feeble human efforts provePage Scan
472aYe humble souls, complain no morePage Scan
472b"Jacob's portion is the Lord"Page Scan
473Is anything too hard for God?Page Scan
474While here on earth I'm call'd to stayPage Scan
475Our Father, thron'd in heav'n, divinePage Scan
476Pray'r was appointed to conveyPage Scan
477What various hindrances we meetPage Scan
478In the dark night, when much distrestPage Scan
479Again, indulgent Lord, returnPage Scan
480O thou, from whom all goodness flowsPage Scan
481To thee, O Lord, my heav'nly KingPage Scan
482Approach, my soul, the mercy-seatPage Scan
483The Lord, who truly knowsPage Scan
484When Hannah, prest with griefPage Scan
485Could the creatures help or ease usPage Scan
486Prepare me, gracious God!Page Scan
487See how the disobedient sonPage Scan
488When to his father's fond embracePage Scan
489Afflicted saint, to Christ draw nearPage Scan
490How great thy mercies, LordPage Scan
491How firm a foundation, ye saints of the LordPage Scan
492Jesus, how precious is thy name!Page Scan
493When God's own people stand in needPage Scan
494Thy ways, O Lord! with wise designPage Scan
495Thy way, O God! is in the seaPage Scan
496God moves in a mysterious wayPage Scan
497When all thy mercies, O my GodPage Scan
498There's not an evil fliesPage Scan
499My God knows what I wantPage Scan
500Tho' trouble assail, and dangers affrightPage Scan
501O thou, at whose almighty wordPage Scan
502Before Jehovah's awful thronePage Scan
503The Lord, my Saviour, is my lightPage Scan
504Now while the gospel-net is castPage Scan
505aThe food on which thy children livePage Scan
505bCome, O thou all-victorious LordPage Scan
506Lord, in thy courts we now appearPage Scan
507In thy great name, O Lord, we comePage Scan
508In vain Apollo's pleasing tonguePage Scan
509Gracious Father, gracious LordPage Scan
510Lord, we come before thee nowPage Scan
511What dreadful spot is this?Page Scan
512Come, thou soul-transforming SpiritPage Scan
513Blessed Lord, be thou our teacherPage Scan
514See Felix, cloth'd with pomp and pow'rPage Scan
515aNow Lord, thy heav'nly seed is sownPage Scan
515bLord of the harvest!--God of grace!Page Scan
516While sinners, who presume to bearPage Scan
517Sinners, will you scorn the messagePage Scan
518What contradictions meetPage Scan
519Awake my soul! stretch ev'ry nervePage Scan
520Can reason, comprehend a God?Page Scan
521Now, now the arduous work is o'erPage Scan
522When on my beloved I gaze
523Now begin the heavenly theme
524Blow ye the trumpet, blow!Page Scan
525Hail! mighty and victorious LordPage Scan
526Hark! the voice of love and mercyPage Scan
527Dear refuge of my weary soulPage Scan
528Children of the heav'nly KingPage Scan
529aThee will we praise, Eternal KingPage Scan
529b'Tis religion that can givePage Scan
530Thou, who for sinners once was slainPage Scan
531Lord, dost thou say, 'ask what thou wilt?'Page Scan
532Thro' all the downward tracts of timePage Scan
533My times of sorrow and of joyPage Scan
534It is the Lord--enthron'd in lightPage Scan
535See! the Captain of salvationPage Scan
536What cheering words are these!Page Scan
537aNow let our souls on wings sublimePage Scan
537bThere is a River that suppliesPage Scan
538If I have, Lord, ne'er yet begunPage Scan
539Wide is the gate, and broad the wayPage Scan
540aCome, dearest Lord, and bless this dayPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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